Space Utilization and the Built Environment

Volume 44, Number 13 July 17, 2020 By Tomáš Ctibor, CRE, FRICS, and Thomas Wootten, CRE, FRICS Photo: Piyapong Wongkam/Shutterstock.com Space Utilization was listed as the #7 issue in the 2020-21 Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate® by The Counselors of Real Estate®. Many new ideas, solutions, and procedures have been born through the COVID-19 […]

Suspended Mobility Challenges Real Estate Markets

Volume 44, Number 12 July 17, 2020 By Scott R. Muldavin, CRE Photo: Ander5/Shutterstock.com Flow of People was listed as the #6 issue in the 2020-21 Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate® by The Counselors of Real Estate®. The flow of people between and within countries has always been a critical driver of real estate […]

Affordable Housing: The Same Problems, Only Worse

Volume 44, Number 11 July 15, 2020 By George T. Vallone, CRE Photo: iQoncept/Shutterstock.com Affordable Housing was listed as the #5 issue in the 2020-21 Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate® by The Counselors of Real Estate®. In this era of political divisiveness, there are two things that most can agree on: 1) there is […]

The Economy

2020 Special Issue Photo: ffikretow@hotmail.com/Shutterstock.com The U.S. Economy was in the tenth year of recovery and there were signs of some loosening of standards reminiscent of behavior prior to the Great Recession.  Now, the economy and that recovery have been turned upside down. We asked Doug Poutasse, CRE: How do we restart the economy – […]

Infrastructure

2020 Special Issue Photo: Surapol Usanakul/Shutterstock.com The current crisis makes the need for vast improvements to infrastructure even more evident. We asked Franc Pigna, CRE®: How has the current health crisis made glaringly apparent the need for vast improvements to infrastructure and the supply chain in the United States? America – Quo Vadis? By Franc […]

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